Jascha Lehmann is a senior climate-risk researcher at the MSCI Climate Risk Center, where he develops models to analyze potential future economic risks from weather extremes. Prior to MSCI, Jascha co-led the climate-extremes research group at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). He also worked as a scientific adviser to the director, John Schellnhuber. Jascha holds a doctorate in climate physics from the University of Potsdam and PIK and a master’s degree in physics from the Free University Berlin.
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Articles by Jascha Lehmann
Climate Action Could Lessen Physical Climate Risks6 mins read Blog | Nov 1, 2022 |
A future that relies on fossil fuels could expose almost a quarter of the market value of companies in the MSCI ACWI IMI to the risks of severe physical climate impacts. Which were the most vulnerable sectors and what can be done to limit the risks?
Five Misconceptions About Climate-Change Risk in Real Estate7 mins read Blog | Feb 25, 2022 |
Real estate portfolios may be particularly vulnerable to the threat of climate-change risks. While investors are increasing their focus on the topic and considerable progress has been made in recent years, some misconceptions remain.